Woolrich Outdoor Label FW19 Boasts Japanese-Inspired Natural Tones
Tweaking archival pieces from the ’80s and ’90s.
Following its recent collaboration with N.HOLLYWOOD, Stalwart label Woolrich has returned with a new FW19 collection under its Outdoor Label division, presenting soft colors inspired by some of Japan’s natural landscapes.
Spanning hooded parkas, puffers, insulated coach jackets, knit sweaters and hoodies, the assemblage is comprised of a slew of outdoor staples for colder temperatures. Each silhouette draws upon archival pieces from the ’80s and ’90s, updated with modern-day technology, like Gore-Tex, Primaloft and Pertex fabrics, to elevate its functionality. Dubbed “Quiet Sports,” the collection boasts calming tones of salmon pink, olive, khaki, grey, navy and black that channel the tranquility of nature.
One noteworthy piece is a monochromatic hunter’s vest, equipped with multiple pockets and a silver-toned D-ring. The piece sees a central zipper and a single-button fastening while contrasting white betting reinforces the fabrics. Another highlight is the blue Hi-Loft Maffle Down Parka. The jacket is glossed with water-repellent technology and comes with adjustable drawstrings at the hood, four front pockets and a layer of fabric at the center that hides the central zipper for a clean look. Other pieces like the knit sweater, long parkas and the thick logo hoodie round up the expansive range.
The FW19 “Quiet Sports” collection is currently available at Woolrich’s web store, from $140 – $1098 USD.
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